The Meridian Leisure Centre will host a Family Disability Sports Day, organised by the Louth Disability Sports Forum.
On Saturday, September 28, from 10am until 4pm, friends and families can try a diverse range of activities on offer including goal ball, rebound therapy, wheelchair basketball, new age curling, bike ability, table cricket, swimming and archery.
The sports day is open to anyone with a disability who would like to try a range of sports.
The event, which is organised in partnership with East Lindsey District Council, Lincoln & Lindsey Blind Society, Louth and District Disability Archery Club and SENSE, is a direct legacy and a celebration of the anniversary of the London 2012 Paralympic Games and the three year anniversary of the formation of Louth Disability Sports Forum.
Local paralympian Jamie Carter will be visiting the event.
Cost is £5 per person, with one carer per person attending free. This event along with six future events, have been made possible due to Louth Disability Sports Forum recently receiving a grant from East Lindsey District Council’s Community Grant Scheme.
For more information contact Louth Disability Sports Forum on 01507 610925.